This template is based on deeplearning4j word2vec example. It's goal is to show how to integrate deeplearning4j library with PredictionIO.
Word2Vec is algorithm used to computing vector representations of words. These representations can be subsequently used in many natural language processing applications and for further research.
After installation start all PredictionIO vendors and check pio status:
pio-start-all pio status
This template depends on deeplearning4j 0.0.3.3.3.alpha1-SNAPSHOT. In order to install it run:
git clone email@example.com:deeplearning4j/deeplearning4j.git cd deeplearning4j chmod a+x setup.sh ./setup.sh
Copy this template to your local directory with:
pio template get ts335793/template-scala-spark-dl4j-word2vec <TemplateName>
Build, train, deploy.
You might build template, train it and deploy by typing:
pio build pio train -- --executor-memory=4GB --driver-memory=4GB pio deploy -- --executor-memory=4GB --driver-memory=4GB
Those pio train options are used to avoid problems with java garbage collector. In case they appear increase executor memory and driver memory.
Importing training data.
In this template there is are almost no restrictions for training data - each training example must consist of string of words.
You can import example training data from kaggle. It is collection of the Rotten Tomatoes movie reviews.
In order to use this data, create new app:
pio app new <ApplicationName> # prints out ApplicationAccessKey and ApplicationId
set appId in engine.json to ApplicationId and import data with:
python data/import_eventserver.py --access_key <ApplicationAccessKey> --file train.tsv
You can always remind your application id and key with:
pio app list
Sending requests to server.
In order to send a query run in template directory:
and type word. The result will be a list of nearest words.